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 |query| ​ who|  is general manager of |  Ford | |query| ​ who|  is general manager of |  Ford |
 //Table 1, Simple queries in Gellish English// ​ \\  //Table 1, Simple queries in Gellish English// ​ \\ 
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 The example question on the first line asks for the object(s) that have a relation of type “is classified as a” with the concept “pump”. Because of the taxonomic nature of Gellish this query should also trigger software to search for subtypes of '​pump'​. Thus, for example, it should also find things that are classified as a '​centrifugal pump' (which is defined as a subtype of '​pump'​). \\  The example question on the first line asks for the object(s) that have a relation of type “is classified as a” with the concept “pump”. Because of the taxonomic nature of Gellish this query should also trigger software to search for subtypes of '​pump'​. Thus, for example, it should also find things that are classified as a '​centrifugal pump' (which is defined as a subtype of '​pump'​). \\ 
 The name of an unknown may consist of multiple terms. The first term of a multi term name of an unknown might be followed by the name of a kind, which should be interpreted by software as a requirement for the kind that classifies the searched individual thing(s). For example the query: 'which pump is part of Unit-100'​ specifies two requirements in one expression, because it asks for individual things that are classified as a pump and that are parts of Unit-100. The name of an unknown may consist of multiple terms. The first term of a multi term name of an unknown might be followed by the name of a kind, which should be interpreted by software as a requirement for the kind that classifies the searched individual thing(s). For example the query: 'which pump is part of Unit-100'​ specifies two requirements in one expression, because it asks for individual things that are classified as a pump and that are parts of Unit-100.
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